Scott Cunningham, Earthless Wiccan


Scott Cunningham the Wiccan writer who died of AIDS over twenty years ago (March 28 1993) , is a great example of how a missing element dominates a chart.  Cunningham has no planets in earth, and has an air trine that dominates his Splash temperament type, but his closest square to the trine planets is a midheaven in Taurus — demonstrating that his inner hopes … Continue reading Scott Cunningham, Earthless Wiccan

Divining Congresswoman Frederica Wilson


Our header picture is Congresswoman Frederica Wilson with President Barack Obama.  She represents Florida’s 24th Congressional District since 2009.  Recently she has been in the news over flak between her Republican Donald J. Trump over his phone calls to the families of  fallen American soldiers from a Nigerian skirmish.  There is no time for Mrs. Wilson but we are advocating this chart based on the … Continue reading Divining Congresswoman Frederica Wilson

Inspirational Writer & Speaker, Louise Hay has reposed


Louise  Lynn Hay, one of the pioneers of the modern self-care revolution, has passed away today at the age of 90. According to her Facebook page, which broke the news just over an hour ago, she died of natural causes surrounded by her loved ones.  Her most popular book was You can Heal yourself.     She had 07 Leo Rising, the symbol of “The … Continue reading Inspirational Writer & Speaker, Louise Hay has reposed

Lent & Padre Pio


Biograph Francesco Forgione was born in a small town called Pietrelcina, near Benevento outside of Naples in Southern Italy, He was fifth of eight children. At an early age, he had celestial visions &  spoke with Jesus and the Virgin Mother.  He was also tormented by the devil to turn away from the Heavenly visions. Francesco helped his family looking after livestock until he was … Continue reading Lent & Padre Pio

Choosing Labor Day : McGuire vs. Debs


             P. J. McGuire and Labor Day Peter J. McGuire, the general secretary of the Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners and cofounder of the American Federation of Labor, was the first person to suggest that special day to honor those “who from rude nature have delved and carved all the grandeur we behold.” He recommended that this special national day … Continue reading Choosing Labor Day : McGuire vs. Debs